Some paintings by the Scottish Symbolist painter John Duncan (1866-1945).
John Duncan Merlin and the Fairy Queen
John Duncan, The Sleeping Princess
John Duncan, Saint Bride
Marc-Charles-Gabriel Gleyre (1806-1874) was a Swiss painter.
Marc-Charles-Gabriel Gleyre, Bacchante
Marc-Charles-Gabriel Gleyre, Diana
Marc-Charles-Gabriel Gleyre, The Bath, 1868
Marc-Charles-Gabriel Gleyre, Le coucher de Sappho, 1867
Marc-Charles-Gabriel Gleyre, Oriental Lady, 1865
Marc-Charles-Gabriel Gleyre, Madchen und Amor
Lindsay Bernard Hall (1859 – 1935) was an English-born artist who spent most of his career in Australia, including 43 years as director of the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne.
Lindsay Bernard Hall, Nude Reading at a Studio Fire, 1928
Lindsay Bernard Hall, The Glass Bottle, 1929
Lindsay Bernard Hall, The Sleeping Beauty, 1910
Max Kurzweil (1867-1916) was an Austrian artist of whom I know nothing. I wasn’t even aware of him until very recently. He was a co-founder of the Vienna Secession.
Max Kurzweil, Lady in a Yellow Dress, 1899
Max Kurzweil, Der Verwunschene Prinz, 1915
Max Kurzweil, Poster for the 7th exhibition of the Vienna Secession, 1903
Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant (1845-1902) was a French artist with a taste for orientalism.
Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, Odalisque, 1882
Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, Afternoon Langour
Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, Favourite of the Emir, 1879
Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, Portrait de Madame Hélène Vincent, 1893
Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, L’Imperatrice Theodora au Colisée (The Empress Theodora at the Colosseum), 1875
Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, Victrix, 1890
Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, Judith, ca1875-85
Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, Queen Herodiade, 1881
Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant, The Throne Room in Byzantium